Teachers receive $10,000 in grants for educational programs
Mountainside Middle School student learns about lawmaking in Olympia
Conservation groups hope to work with utility
In an effort to open discussions with Okanogan County Public Utility District about the future of Enloe Dam, American Whitewater decided not to file an appeal of the dam’s federal 50-year, power-generation license.
ExxonMobil’s Educational Alliance program is giving $500 grants for math and science programs to Tonasket and Brewster high schools.
Voters to decide on tax levies and bonds in Feb. 11 special election
Brewster resident Lesley Hernandez-Silva, daughter of Maurilio and Agustina Hernandez, has been awarded the Presidential Scholarship of $3,000 from Eastern Washington University.
Community members can learn about a variety of topics, from piano playing to making cream puffs, during classes through North Valley Community Schools.
American Whitewater has less than a week left to decide if it will appeal a federal 50-year license for Enloe Dam.
Omak High School Assistant Principal Joanne Warren has been named as one of the top administrators among the Caribou Trail League schools and has been nominated for a statewide award.
Curlew High School to host 6 p.m. for college-bound students
All costs are paid completely by state
The Okanogan School District’s Outreach Alternative School has a new home.
A temporary fix in the 1970s to add more space to Bridgeport Elementary School has been getting worn down, prompting the school district to ask voters next month to approve a $3.9 million bond issue.
The Wenatchee Valley College at Omak Foundation recently awarded $6,000 in scholarships to students.
Republic Junior High honor roll Republic Junior High School has named first quarter honor roll students. Curlew has released its first quarter honor roll.
The Omak School Board announced it would move forward with a levy in the Feb. 11, 2013 election.